The statute of limitation in LA in land acquisitive prescription is known as adverse possession. This is what will govern ownership and title of real property.Ê
If the debt is on real property, there is no limit. The debt is a lien against the property and the debtor collects on sale. A lien is valid as long as the property exists, and land seldom disappears.
A creditor must petition the court to obtain a judgment against you for a credit card debt. If successful then the judgment is recorded in the land records. According to the chart at the link below an Ohio judgment is good for 21 years and must be brought forward in the land records by a re-recording every five years.
Originally, the statute of frauds was created to prevent people from lying in trials over land. Now it works as a form of consumer protection.
574 statute (land) miles
A nautical mile is greater than a statute (land) mile. One nautical mile is equal to about 1.15 statute miles.
It depends on the units to which you want to convert it. If you want to convert it to feet, knowing that there are 5280 feet per (statute) mile, you get 132,000 feet. (Nautical miles are larger than land (statute) miles, presume you mean statute.
Answer: A "prescriptive easement" would run with the land and could not be conveyed separately.
The shortest distance is 2,245 statute (land) miles.
18 nautical miles (~almost 21 statute/land miles)
Seven statute (land) miles is equal to about 6.08 nautical miles.
The statute of frauds is going to be more of an issue than any statute of limitations. In most states there are limits to what can be agreed to orally. In most cases, it must be within a reasonable amount of time for that commercial agreement. You cannot sell land with an oral agreement, it must be in writing.
Adverse possession, as it operates in common law jurisdictions, differs somewhat in Puerto Rico. Here, it's called "acquisitive prescription", or "usucapión" in Spanish. There are several general factors for it to occur: 1. Public possession of a private lot of land 2. Uninterruptedly for 30 years (if there is no deed) 3. the possessor must publicly act as if he/she were the owner, and this fact must be "known by his neighbors" If these and other specific factors, which will depend on a case to case basis, all coincide, then the possessor must file a petition in court to be granted ownership. This petition is called an "Expediente de Dominio", and it requires notifying the neighbors and the owner. If it is proven in court that "usucapion" has in fact occurred, then the lot is granted to the possessor. If you believe that your mother is a candidate for acquisitive prescription, she should seek legal counsel to determine if in fact she may apply in court for it. DISCLAIMER: Please bear in mind that all the information contained in this email message, does not constitute legal counsel as of yet, and is purely for your information
how do convert 6 air miles into land miles If "air miles" means nautical miles, then multiply by 1.15 to convert to statute (land) miles. Therefore, 6nm = 6.9 miles.
That would be a violation of the statute of frauds. Sale of real property (land) must be in writing.
The Statute of Frauds provides that contracts for the sale of land must be in writing.
The local tax assessor will do this and the land will be offered for sale through them.
A Pole is equal to 5.5 yards, 5.0292 metres, 16.5 feet, or 1â„320 of a statute mile.
One statute (land) mile equates to ~0.87 air/nautical miles. So, multiply 'land' miles by 0.87 to get air/nautical miles:12.72 x 0.87 = ~11.06 air miles.
all you have to do is beat the limitation tournament then go to mystic land and beat the survival match.
Five thousand two hundred eighty (5,280) feet is the length of the land mile. The statute or terrestrial mile in question also may be expressed as the equivalent of 1,760 yards or 1,609.344 meters.
This is a state-specific question and will depend on the type of lien against the house. Different types of liens have statutes of limitation that will vary from state to state. For example, in Massachusetts an attachment recorded in the land records will expire unless rerecorded within six years and a mortgage expires after 35 years. A property tax lien will not expire. You need to check the state laws in your jurisdiction for the type of lien in question.
When the lien is transferred or the lienholder changes. When the lien is satisfied (paid off).AnswerYou need to check the statute of limitation and practice in your jurisdiction. For example, in Massachusetts a recorded judgment lien lasts for six years. The creditor needs to request an extension from the court that issued the lien and the extension must be recorded in the land records. If an extension is not recorded the original judgment lien simply expires after six years.
12 nautical miles or about 14 statute miles from the outermost points of land at low tide
From 2 years it can extend for more than 10 years tooo